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World Vision Run 2014 – Results Discussion and Photos

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Congratulations to all the finishers of the recently concluded World Vision Run 2014! How was your Run? Time to share your comments and feedback guys!

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World Vision Run 2014
June 22, 2014
Bonifacio Global City

Race Results:
World Vision Run 2014 – 3K Race Results
World Vision Run 2014 – 5K Race Results
World Vision Run 2014 – 10K Race Results
World Vision Run 2014 – 21K Race Results
World Vision Run 2014 – 500m Race Results

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World Vision gathers over 5,000 runners in charity event for children

For the third year, child-focused humanitarian organization World Vision held its biggest fundraising event, ‘World Vision Run 2014: Run for Children’ on June 22, at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. With an overwhelming turnout of 5,400 runners, the event became the most-attended in the run’s history.

Now an annual event, World Vision Run gathers different stakeholders and supporters in raising funds to help 8,000 children through its Child Sponsorship program. Participants ran the 500m, 3k, 5k, 10k, and 21k categories.

The event was well-supported by corporate and media partners, and World Vision celebrity-advocates, namely Christian Bautista, Marc Nelson, Tippy dos Santos, Jasmine Curtis, Sam Concepcion, and Aljur Abrenica.

Members of the Philippine Coast Guard also participated, led by their spokesperson Cdr. Armand Balilo, a staunch supporter of World Vision, being a former sponsored child, and now a child sponsor himself.

Six winners were chosen from each category – three for male, and three for female. The winners were awarded with gift prizes from the event sponsors.

Many ‘firsts’

In order to make the event even more meaningful and exciting for the participants, the organizers included several new features to the already fun-filled run.

In keeping with the family-oriented theme, the organizers included a 500-meter dash category for children up to 12 years old. The children were joined by their parents and guardians and received generous goodie bags from event partner, Toys ‘R Us.

Another delightful addition to this year’s run was a ‘Zumbathon’ (Zumba marathon). Organizers included this event as fitness experts recommend Zumba to be a good complement to running.

Meanwhile, 3k runner Arnel delos Santos chose the event as the perfect venue to propose to girlfriend Joyce Camantigue.

Friends of the couple lined up at the finish line wearing t-shirts that spelled out J-O-Y-C-E, and holding a streamer that read, “Will you marry ME?” Still catching her breath from finishing the race, Joyce said “Yes!” eliciting cheers from their fellow runners.

Advocacy Run

As an advocacy organization upholding the rights of children, World Vision made sure to include activities that will raise awareness on important issues. In the Advocacy Booth, race finishers posed with advocacy “fun” signs, which present World Vision’s advocacies on various child rights issues, with statement such as “No to child labor!” and “Ang batang laging handa, ligtas sa sakuna,” highlighting the importance of disaster preparedness among children and the youth.

Also a strong defender of the Milk Code and an advocate of breastfeeding, World Vision likewise set up a breastfeeding station encouraging mothers to nurse their infants. A gallery of best breastfeeding practices and tips was also displayed to educate on the many benefits of breastmilk.

For the young participants of the run, a Child Friendly Space (CFS) was set up where children were provided a safe place to play and learn while they waited for their run to start. Here, the children watched episodes of Superbook, featuring Bible stories and learned about their rights through games and other fun activities.

For more than 55 years, World Vision has given voice to the most vulnerable children in the Philippines through influencing policies that protect children’s well-being and educating publics about human and child rights.

World Vision Run 2014 was co-presented by Tupperware Brands and organized by RunRio, Inc.

Other sponsors include: Toby’s Sports, Runnr, Brooks, Timex, Telic, New Zealand Natural, Hapee Toothpaste, Gatorade, Bonifacio Global City, Appebon Kid, Kipling, Mondelez International, Chef Tony’s, Nizoral Cream, Robinson’s Supermarket, Sony, Sprinto, Unisilver, Wheatgrass C.A.N. International, Inc., Yellow Cab Pizza Co., Toys ‘R Us, Vitamax C, Glutamax, Nice Day Coffee, Ysa Botanicals, Adarna House, Adidas Body Care, Booster-C, Grab Taxi, Playground Premium Outlet, Saucony, Virginia Hotdogs, Centrum and Zing Rewards.

Official media partners are Manila Bulletin, Business World, Multisport Magazine, Runner’s World, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Celebrity Mom, Working Mom, Solar News Channel, CBN Asia, DZAS, Pinoy Fitness, ClicktheCity.com, PinoyExchange.com, NYXSYS Philippines, Media Pool and We run for Good Health.

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59 comments on “World Vision Run 2014 – Results Discussion and Photos

  1. Overall the race was great. Decent route, sufficient hydration, and other runners are running at a faster pace than usual. The only downside is the chaotic distribution of the Tupperware eco-thingy water bottle. Some people are on the list they sent online, but weren’t on their actual list, so di rin nakakuha lahat. Apparently, it was supposed to be for the first 2000 registrants, yet they sent emails and made a list to about 2500 people. *facepalm*

    • kaya nga nagpa-asa lang sila sa tupperware water jug na yan di also send me email tpos nung kukunin na dun wla naman ang name mo nkka-inis at hinyang tpos ang iba na hindi kumuha i acoount pa daw yun aksi ang matitira para raw sa yolanda victims accdg.to them dapat suggestion ko di nalang sila nagbigay sa mga runners idonate nlang nila lahat yun sa yolanda victims total we can afford nman kami runners to buy water jugs eh mas kailangan yaan ng mga yolanda victims they need it more that we are.just an opinion and suggestion only.thx

  2. The 3k route is +/- 500m based on my Nike+Running App. Lets see the race results on the timing chip. Saka sana yung Zumba setup ay hindi against the sun, kawawa naman yung mga sumali, singkit na silaw sa araw.

    • ok lang yung route tama na 3k yun.. wag ka sana ma offend pero kelangan mo na ata na palitan ang app na yan

    • ok lang yung route tama na 3k yun, wag ka sana ma offend pero kelangan mo na ata palitan ang app na yan..

      • stop watch lang ang gamit ko sa pagtakbo ska ganun tlaga time ng 3k ko, hindi sa pagmamayabang pero kabilang ako sa top 10.. di nalang exact position kasi baka hanapin nyo ako hahaha. kaso minsan mayabang ako kaya panis ka saakin dandy.. ang isipin mo dapat e kung pano mo mararating ang finnish line agad :D

  3. Great race! This was my second year to join World Vision Run ❤️ I have no complain. I love runrio!

  4. Dun sa nabunggo ko kanina while I was throwing my cup sa chute (near mind museum I think) ..so sorry, it was my bad really.. Mejo congested talaga sa mga water stations nung nag merge na 21k with other runners pagbaba ng flyover…

    my mistake was pag cut ko diagonally towards the garbage chute ng cup, di ko tiningnan yung straight direction ko after throwing the cup..so may nabunggo ako… Hindi din ata ako nakapagsorry verbally dahil may tubig pa ko sa bibig and I’m not sure kung naging visible pa yung hand gesture ko..

    :(

    #Respect to all runners, fast or slow

  5. Ok yung event at yung route. Sana lang next time, advise din ng organizers in advance yung mga parking areas at paano pumunta doon. Ang hirap maghanap ng parking tapos sarado na yung ibang roads, ang daming nahirapan humanap ng parking kanina. Tsaka sana mas orderly yung pag claim ng finisher’s kit. Pero overall, ok naman yung event.

  6. Kawawa naman si Lovi Poe mukhang nasira yung takbo dahil dami nagpapahinto para magpakuha ng pics, pati yung mga tao sa hydration station, naunahan ko pa tuloy

    • parang di naman sya talaga kasali mukhang pumunta lang sya para sa public appearance, kasalubong ko sila nung nasa 13k na ako parang di pinagpapawisan si Lovi

  7. First time runner ako. sobrang saya nung event. organized naman at hindi mahirap sa baggage counter. mababait din mga tao dun. Nung una takot ako sa starting line dahil sa mga nabasa ko hindi magaganda pero maayos naman pala sa starting line. Sa hydration ok din ang dami at maayos. Suggestion lang sana iguide pa din ang mga runners sa tamang basurahan. malinis naman nung dumaan ako medyo nagtagal lang ako sa paghanap basurahan kasi di ko pa alam na nasa dulo lang pala. so sana me guide pa din or signage para sa mga first time runners. Nakakalito yung signage kung san ka magturn. kasi yung sa 5k blue tapos biglang naging green ang kulay. sana consistent po sa kulay font para madali basahin or sundan yung signage. yung ibang marshalls hindi sumasagot sa tanong kung tama pa ba yung dinadaanan mo. pero meron naman iba na ok at mabait. yung iba hindi mo na kelangan tanungin automatic basta me dumaan sa tapat nya nakaturo kaagad.

    • tapos may mga artista nga duon hrap nman magpa-picture sa kanila ang laki-laki ng mga bodyguard or bouncer nila akala mo sikat na sila eh wla pa ngang naprove na box office status at award giving bodies pag tntawag mo ayaw mamansin at ni ayaw tumingin sa mga fans nila next time wag nlang kayong pumunta dun yung aso nyo nlang ang kausapin nyo at maki selfie nlang kayo sa pet nyo at sa event nman kung ayaw nyong mkuhanan kayo ng pics at tumili sa inyo ng mga fans nyo kasi kung wala sila wala rin kayo sa pedestal nyo now besides u have nothing yet to prove ok.be kind to the people on ur way up because u will meet them on ur way down.just an opinion and observation dont be too personal

      • Demanding na Fan? TskTsk. Anu ba talaga habol nyo? Ung Tumakbo o mga artista?

  8. sino ba yung mga nakakulay orange na shirt na sabay sabay tumatakbo? kakainis nakaharang sa daan…

    • coastguard
      ndi un nakaharang, ganun lng tlga sila, parang training nila un.
      eh di ikaw na umiwas!
      pakialamero!

    • @lilsmartwittymhe: e sinakop na nila yung daan buti sana kung mabilis tumakbo e ang bagal. naabala nila ako kaya may pakialam ako. ikaw ang pakialamero kasi nakikialam ka sa comment ko hindi naman kita inabala.

      • kung mabagal sila pero nasa unahan mo sila ibig sabihin ikaw ang mabagal bwahahaha nauna sila sayo kya wag ka magreklamo. pumunta ka sana sa pinakamalapit na presinto at inireklamo mo sila lol

      • @macaroon for your information inunahan ko sila. at wag mo ipagmalaki sakin ang 3k mo. dahil top 10 din ako sa 21k.

      • hahaha ano ano ano, 42k sa philippine marathon hehehe eto ang masaya sa takbuhan may nagkaka hamunan

  9. Okay naman yung run. Wala ako ma-icomplain since hindi nasa scope of control ni Coach Rio yung init ng araw. I got a new PR. Kung gaanon ang route ng Sub 2 21k Challenge ng PF, Sure ball ang below 2hrs na cut off time.

  10. sana lahat ng sponsor ng events na magbibigay para sa bags ay dapat nakalagay na sa loob. . .hirap kasi pag malayo ang distance ng tinakbo like sa 21k. pagdating sa venue ayon ubos na ang mga gifts para sa mga finisher

  11. unang beses ko tumakbo ng half marathon very challenging pala akala ko ganun lng…salamat at maraming hydrating stations nakatulong talaga sa first timer na kagaya ko. Every dringking station hinintuan ko para matapos ko yung race para maka survive at makapag rest . Gusto ko pa ulit ulitin ang half marathon to improve my PR which is 2hrs. and 15 min. and to test my abilities beyond my limit… salamt kay coach Rio sa pag organize ng mga run for a cause na ganito…sya nga po pala baka matulungan nyo po ako kasi gusto ko po sana sumali sa isang running club.

  12. awesome run… will definitely run again next year… no particular complaint except maybe on the claiming of the tupper ware eco-bottle which was supposed to be for the first 2000 registrants… i mean talk about lack of discipline… there were already designated lanes for specific bib numbers and yet people still refuse to fall in line… was so irritated with all the shoving that i decided not to claim anymore…

  13. I can’t find my name from the 21K results. Even my BIB# wasn’t there. Kahit nung nagredeem ako nung free tumbler babae yung nakalagay sa BIB# ko.

    Mukhang nagkakaroon na ng lapse sa system ng RunRio. Ganito din nangyari sakin nung Run United 2 2013.

    As for the race, okay naman yung route. Wala ba talagang bananas o masyado lang akong mabagal kaya di ko na naabutan hehe. Pero overflowing nga ng Gatorade at water. At pagdating ko sa race village tapos na ang lahat even the 3K. Sobrang bagal ko nga hehe. Slowest 21K. Bawi na lang sa susunod. :)

  14. Finally i was able to do 10K in an hour!! PR na! but too bad i didn’t know about the new gun time. By 5am, i wasn’t allowed to go into the streets to park, wasn’t allowed to pass through the starting line to be tagged and so ended up with PR ng worst time! Hay naku! :(

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